looking like a good week

Discussion in 'Commuting' started by gambatte, 5 May 2008.

  1. gambatte

    gambatte Middle of the pack...

    S Yorks
    Just checked the met office, looks like no rain, low winds and good temperatures.

    Looks like shorts and short sleeves will be required.

    Just wondering whether to go for 4 days out of 4 and get 120 miles...:smile:
  2. Tetedelacourse

    Tetedelacourse New Member

    If you haven't got a good reason not to, then go for a full house! Don't get this sort of weather much (well certainly not in Scotland!!).

    shorts and short sleeved jersey did me fine this morning, even at 7am!
  3. bonj2

    bonj2 Guest

    I was just thinking the same thing
    haven't got any squash games planned, so i'm thinking i might aim for 4/4 too...

    edit: ah no bollocks i'm getting the new bike rack delivered to work. So that's 3/4 max.

    still 150 miles tho
  4. MERV

    MERV New Member

    The Mile End Road
    70 degrees is going to be a bit hot for me.
  5. Plax

    Plax Veteran

    I say go for it!
    I'm loving it. Not much sun round these parts most of the time. I've managed to do loads of washing today and dry it on the line. Whoo hoo!
  6. Tynan

    Tynan Veteran

    new bib shorts of the light and summery variety are waiting and raring to go
  7. goo_mason

    goo_mason Champion barbed-wire hurdler

    Leith, Edinburgh
    The summer shorts have been brought out for my Tues - Friday commutes !

    May be a bit nippy at 6am, but by hometime they'll be just the very thing.

    (Now - off to repair another hole in the crappy Kenda tyres where the inner-tube's poking through like a bad hernia. Bloody UK postal service - the new tyres I ordered were dispatched from down South last Monday and they're still not here. I guess they're keeping up their 7-day, first-class record for getting about 6 miles across Edinburgh with my birthday cards back in March :tongue: )
  8. HJ

    HJ Cycling in Scotland

    Auld Reekie
    That is why you should support your LBS, I got my new tyres in less than 5 minutes... must get round to fitting them sometime:blush:

    Gloriously sunny day here, nipped out and did just under 30 miles in just under 2 hours:thumbsup:
  9. Maz

    Maz Legendary Member

    Let's hope so, gambatte. About time we had some decent weather. That said, it was positively balmy today (Bank Hol Monday).
  10. Flying_Monkey

    Flying_Monkey Toll Collector on the Road to Nowhere

    Should be great - unfortunately I am going to be in another country for 10 days from Wednesday, without my bike. I will have to see if I can get hold of one... otherwise it's just running for me, and my knees won't like that...
  11. goo_mason

    goo_mason Champion barbed-wire hurdler

    Leith, Edinburgh
    If my LBS were as cheap as the web, I'd be laughing. But I don't have a LBS - there's a bike shop on Leith Walk, but they're very small and have very, very limited stock. The EBC is a slow bus ride on a Sunday with wee one in tow ( can't cycle there as she refuses to get on a bike and learn), so sometimes the web is easier. However, there is always the stunningly inefficient postal service to throw the odd spanner in the works :tongue:
  12. Tynan

    Tynan Veteran

    I bought two tarty red Lugano 23s in the LBS on a whim on Sat, very pleased at £13 a piece, seen them since online at £6.99 but what the hell, if i can afford it and the price is fair I like the LBS, chat with the blokes, poke around the shop

    I'd like to think I'm supporting them and they do draw the long bow about online retailers but I suspect they do very well selling and servicing mtbs for novices that do Epping Forest at the weekend, they have some seriously pricey kit in there for that sort of thing
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